The ultra-compact DA9230 and DA9231 nanopower PMICs provide high efficiency and flexibility for wearables, smart door locks, portable medical devices and more. The two new PMICs are the smallest of their class on the market, enabling longer battery operating time and enhanced efficiency for always-on IoT applications, consuming only 750 nA of total input current with the buck enabled and under no load conditions.
One of the strongest features is the form factor, as the DA9230 and DA9231 are the smallest PMICs on the market when measuring up against other comparable chipsets. Other PMICs on offer either lack multiple rails and I2C configurability in one chip, or take up twice the size. Offered in a small footprint to fit into space-constrained applications, the PMICs improve battery life with ultra-low quiescent current, high-efficiency and configurability.